If you’re a fan of Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and Chewbacca’s antics onboard the Millennium Falcon, Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back just might be your favorite film out of all nine in the Skywalker saga. The movie is chock full of Solo’s famous one liners, like “Never tell me the odds!” and “Laugh it up, Fuzzball.”
This delicious cocktail is inspired by the latter Han Solo quote. If you’re a fan of sweet cocktails, the Wookiee Fuzzball is right up your alley. More dessert than drink, this is the perfect libation for settling in to stream Rise of Skywalker on Disney+ on May 4th.
Wookiee Fuzzball Coffee Cocktail (Recipe Card Courtesy of Fun.com)
What You Need:
- 37.5 mL Dark Matter spiced rum (or preferred brand)
- 12.5 mL hazelnut liqueur
- 12.5 mL caramel syrup
- 50 mL fresh coffee
- 12.5 mL cacao white liquuer
- Chocolate syrup
- Chocolate vermicelli (optional ingredient for garnish)
- Marzipan (optional ingredient for garnish)
What You Do:
- Add all of the ingredients (minus chocolate syrup and garnish) into a cocktail shaker.
- Take a chilled glass and drizzle chocolate syrup inside before pouring your mixed drink.
- Garnish with a chocolate vermicelli and marzipan Wookiee belt.
We love that this Chewbacca cocktail even includes a nod to the famous Wookiee’s bandolier! It’s the little details that make all the difference.
Are you going to try this Star Wars cocktail soon? We can just imagine Han and Chewie enjoying them at the Millennium Falcon’s chess table!
What’s happening in the Star Wars universe?
Disney has confirmed that on May 4, 2020, all nine of the movies in the Skywalker saga will be streaming on Disney+. Whether you’re a fan of Anakin Skywalker’s descent to the Dark Side in the prequels, George Lucas’s beloved heroes in the original trilogy, or the newest characters in the sequels, you’ll be able to binge watch all of the Star Wars films on a streaming platform for the fist time.
Next up for the Star Wars universe are several television series, including the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi series, Pilgrim, and The Mandalorian Seasons 2 and 3, and a publishing initiative entitled Star Wars: The High Republic.